Global conversations inspired by Egypt's 2011 uprising featuring Mohamed ElBaradei and Rajmohan Gandhi
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In the aftermath of the Arab Uprisings of 2011, Nobel peace laureate Mohamed ElBaradei and peace activist & scholar Rajmohan Gandhi met for an epic encounter in Egypt. The Democracy Dialogue videos and transcripts are highlights from their historic meeting.
Gandhi in Egypt
The turbulent post-revolution period was a time of enormous hope mixed with tremendous uncertainty. Rajmohan Gandhi, international peace advocate, historian, former parliamentarian, and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, traveled to Egypt with a small delegation from the University of Illinois to lend solidarity to the Egyptian people and engage in dialogue with Nobel Peace Laureate Mohamed ElBaradei in a two-day encounter. The idea was for these two figures to reflect on the Arab uprisings, global justice and security, citizenship and education, the experience of Gandhi during India's independence movement, and pathways for democratic change. For more background see ABOUT.
Ideas vs. Ideology
Divide & Rule
Citizens & Minorities
Seeds of Change: Growing up in the Nasser Era
Educating for Global Security
DEMOCRACY DIALOGUE MEMES
The Democracy Dialogue memes are teasers for learners and educators to explore key ideas from from figures whose work is dedicated to global justice, education, and critical democracy. The memes are drawn from notable works of literature, political philosophy, sociology, history and economics, among others.
Mohamed ElBaradei & Rajmohan Gandhi, Egypt, 2012
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